When BMW M first developed the M5 in the mid-1980s, the goal was simple; Fill a motorsport-derived engine into a family sedan and create the world’s largest versatile and versatile driving machine. At the time, that was exactly what the E28 M5 was. It was faster than a Porsche 911 but with five seats, had all the electric power, a comfortable drive and an interior fit for a king.
Over the years, performance has increased but the goal has not changed; its duality, the ability to be both a performance car and a luxury car, is still at the forefront of the M5’s specifications. But what if it is not? What if BMW decides that it might be more fun to take the family for a day on the track rather than a road trip? What if Garching’s brilliant psychopaths made a BMW M5 CS?
A slight refresh of the V8 engine
A 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine integrates the M5 CS. However, it’s been modified to produce 627 horsepower, up to ten horsepower, but its torque of 553 lb-ft remains unchanged.
Below is a video in English presenting this vehicle:
However, according to BMW, the top starting speed increased from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.9 seconds to 3.1 seconds. The BMW M5 CS goes from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.0 seconds and from 0 to 200 km / h in 10.4 seconds. The maximum speed is 305 km / h electronically regulated.
A magnificent interior design
At the back of the BMW M5 CS, you’ll notice just two lightweight bucket seats, like a track-ready Aston Martin Rapide. The rear seats are bucket similar to the front ones, just wedged into the rear bulkhead. So you can take your family for the ride to the Nurburgring.
Hopefully the M5 CS also comes with a cleaning service subscription, to get kids’ vomit out of the back mats.